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Fitzpatricks Real Estate Wagga WaggaThe Median house price in Wagga Wagga for 12 months from 1 July 2013 – 30 June 2014 is $310,000, this is slightly down from last years $312,500 median.

October 2013 saw the most activity with 116 house sales followed by February 2014 with 106 sales.1

The three strongest performing Wagga Wagga suburbs in terms of sales were
1. Kooringal
2. Central
3. Lake Albert

These three suburbs remain the same from the previous financial year. 1

There has been over $300 million worth of residential houses sold in Wagga Wagga over the last financial year.1

Fitzpatricks Real Estate has had success with auction properties, registering a clearance rate of 73%. Wagga Wagga’s average clearance rate is a low 28%. The New South Wales average is 66.5% 3

Figures reveal Fitzpatricks Real Estate is the number one residential selling and listing agent in Wagga Wagga for the last financial year (including houses, units and land) and enjoys reduced days on market. 2

Five out of the top ten most expensive house sales were sold with Fitzpatricks Real Estate. The most expensive sale took place in Kooringal, selling with Fitzpatricks sales agent Matt Newley.1



1. Price Finder– Australia’s most accurate Property Price Finder
2. Domain
3. Australian Property Monitors

Fitzpatricks Real Estate believe the information contained in this article is accurate and reliable. However, no warranty of accuracy is given and no responsibility is accepted by Fitzpatricks Real Estate.